The North Face Catawba

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Specs

Weight 1 lb 13 oz / 818 g

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

As you lead a pack of woodsy locals down a steep goat path, The North Face Catawba Shoe glues your foot to the ground during your search for the elusive waterfall that cascades between the two walls of a lush gorge. A tough suede leather and breathable mesh upper take no guff from the primitive trail and keep your foot cool despite the muggy summer heat.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Mens Catawba is a traditionally styled, supportive and fast-moving day-hiking shoe; perfect for fast-and-light peak bagging. Featuring breathable mesh panels and a cushioned footbed, these low-profile hiking shoes will keep you in all day comfort on the trail. With a Vibram rubber outsole for superior grip and traction even on slick surfaces, The North Face Men's Catawba Hiking Shoes are ready for adventure.

- Altrec Outdoors

1/2 pair: 14.3 oz (409 g). A traditionally styled, supportive and fast-moving day-hiking shoe; perfect for fast-and-light peak bagging. Suede leather upper with breathable mesh panels. Northotic + EVA footbed with softer heel and forefoot cushioning pads. Heel X-2 O2 air pod. Injection-molded TPU shank plate

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Catawba Shoe DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Men's Catawba Shoe Upper: Suede leather upper with breathable mesh panels Northotic+ EVA foot bed with softer heel and forefoot-cushioning pads Bottom: Heel X-2 O2 air pod Injection-molded TPU shank Exclusive lightweight Vibram rubber outsole The SPECS Last: TNF-001 Approx Weight: 1/2 pair: 14.3 oz / 409 g, pair: 1 lb 13 oz / 818 g This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Catawba

MSRP:
$80.00

The North Face Catawba is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 21, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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